Opportunity to acquire the freehold of a substantial D1 property with vacant possession in a sought after location.
The property is located on the west side of Saltram Crescent in Queen’s Park, North West London. The area is affluent and characterised by good quality Victorian family housing benefitting from being in close proximity to North Kensington to the south, Kensal Green to the west, Maida Vale to the east and South Hampstead to the north east.
Transport connections are excellent with Queen’s Park, Kilburn Park and Maida Vale Underground stations (Bakerloo Line) all located within approximately half a mile. These provide access to central London in 10 minutes via Paddington, which is the nearest mainline railway station and will benefit from the new Crossrail Elizabeth Line from Autumn 2019.
The property would be suitable for continued educational use or other uses within Use Class D1.
As the College relocated to their new purpose built premises at Paddington Green (Westminster) in 2011 we consider that a strong case could be made for alternative uses. To this regard, we would anticipate the buildings could be adapted or redeveloped in part or in full for residential or other suitable uses, subject to necessary consents.
Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries of the local authority. Westminster City Council’s planning department can be contacted on 020 7641 6500.
The premises are currently tenanted to provide security following the departure of the College and it is likely that occupational security guardians will be in place at the point of sale. Otherwise, the property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion of a sale.